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Baby: Injured kitty needs a rescue to get her out of high-kill SC shelter

Baby
Baby
Facebook: Greenville County Pet Rescue

Update August 22 rescued by Suzy's Zoo

According to Facebook: Greenville County Pet Rescue, this beauty is running out of time at the high-kill upstate shelter. More information can be found on this Facebook thread.

The shelter in Greenville, South Carolina is full. This sweet guy may only have a few days left.

NAME: Baby
ANIMAL ID: 21000997
BREED: DMH
SEX: male-neutered
EST. AGE: 1 yr
Est Weight: 6 lbs
Health: felv-fiv neg
Temperament: cat friendly, people friendly
ADDITIONAL INFO: the vet said it will need to remain on antibiotics and seen by a vet at the end of antibiotic treatment. She is worried about pockets forming again and filling with pus. The rescue taking will need to know this. At this time, however, it is healing fine and she did not feel any pockets yesterday when she re-examined him.
RESCUE PULL FEE: $49

Out of time Has to be out of the shelter by 8/21

If you can help this cat, please contact Greenville County Animal Care Services by email at petrescue@greenvillecounty.org. Be sure to put the pet name and ID in the subject line of your email.

Please share this article with friends in rescue or foster. Social media has saved millions of shelter pets. Let's do our part to be sure this baby gets the chance at a forever home.

Greenville County Pet Rescue on Facebook does an excellent job in listing dogs and cats in their care. Not only does the shelter take in strays and owner surrenders from the Greenville area, they also take in cats and dogs brought in by Spartanburg.

Greenville County Animal Care Services isn't allowed to turn an animal away for lack of space. This alone puts a cat or dog in danger, especially if it's an owner surrender, meaning the holding period as required by law doesn't apply.

The total number of dogs and cats taken into their facility runs around 20,000 per year. The heaviest turn-in period for cats is during kitten season.

When the shelter is full, dogs and cats may die, simply for lack of room to house them until a rescue or adoption can take place. It doesn't matter what age, as even puppies and kittens are at risk of being killed when there's nowhere to put them.

You can be part of the solution by having your cat or dog spayed or neutered, or by adopting from the shelter.

Not sure whether you want the responsibility of a pet? Then apply to foster a deserving dog or cat until a forever home can be found. Contact the shelter for more information on their foster programs.

If you can't help a cat or dog by offering a loving home, you can sponsor an animal by clicking here. This enables a rescue to save the pet without any out of pocket expense, other than vetting and medical.